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Archived Dec 7, 2023

The South East Alberta Volleyball Club (SEAVC) is still accepting applications for SEAVC coaching staff for the upcoming 2024 Indoor Club Season.  SEAVC coaches are all volunteer positions, but may be reimbursed for applicable coaching development and coaching expenses.

For anyone interested in coaching with SEAVC for this coming 2024 Indoor season, please click on the following link to complete and submit the application form: SEAVC Coaching Application Form - 2024 

The Coaching Applications will be used to determine responsible SEAVC coaching staff available to best support athlete development.  Applicants can expect to receive a follow-up email within a couple of days.  Responses will be compiled by SEAVC in order to gather current, relevant and accurate information about coaches, to proactively support club and coaches' needs, and to collaboratively and effectively plan for the upcoming Volleyball Alberta Indoor club season.  For more info about the Indoor Club Season or Coaching Requirements, please visit the Volleyball Alberta website

If you know of anybody who may be interested in coaching with SEAVC this year, please feel free to share the above SEAVC Coaching Application link with them, or direct them to our website at or to SEAVC Volleyball Club on Facebook.

If you have any questions about coaching with SEAVC for the Indoor Club Season, please email us at

Thanks for your interest, support and commitment for making it possible for youth to play SEAVC volleyball.

Coaches Corner: 2024 Coaching Requirements and Resources for SEAVC Coaches


A coach is one of the most influential people in a young person’s life. Coaches don’t just teach how to hit a ball or block a spike but how to win and lose graciously. The athletic skills young people learn from coaches may only apply for a few years, but the attitudes they develop toward themselves and others will last a lifetime.

As a role model, the coach is a teacher, leader, organizer and counselor.

Volleyball Alberta Coaching Requirements

In an effort to provide the best opportunity for athletes to have a positive, safe and rewarding volleyball experience, Volleyball Alberta has developed a coach certification policy for all Premier Tournaments and Provincial Championships in alignment with Volleyball Canada. Specific requirement timelines for all rostered coaches and staff can be found on the Coach & Team Eligibility Timeframe.

All Rostered Leaders (Head Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Managers, Trainers) are required to complete the Person In Authority (PIA) Requirements. For all leaders this season, Person In Authority (PIA) Requirements will be reviewed at the time of registration (see PIA Checklist below)

Part 1 - Mandatory Head Coach Requirements (13U-18U)

Head coaches are required to complete additional steps:

1) Making Head Way in Sport (MHS) eLearning
2) Making Ethical Decisions (MED) Online Evaluation
3) Foundations of Volleyball (FOV) eLearning

Head Coach requirements must be completed in a timely manner, specified on the Coach & Team Eligibility Timeframe.  By not completing the Head Coach Checklist, coaches may be subject to a fine.

**Important**  What you see in the Locker under “Certifications” is what we see in the Locker. The Locker can be utilized and considered by coaches as their Coach Transcript.

Coaches & Managers

One of the essential functions of coaches and team managers is to manage team communications with players and their families.  If you are a coach or team manager, SportsEngine has created a Team Management Guide for Coaches and Team Managers to help you use our website and mobile app to efficiently and effectively communicate and manage your teams. 

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Keep connected to your team. Quickly check schedules and team updates, plus message other members on your team and receive heads-up from athletes about practice. Enjoy unlimited access to scores & stats, photo/video sharing, and more.


Accessing TeamCenter

Easily add and edit athlete info, manage schedules, and message team members

Messaging Your Team in TeamCenter

Send a message to an individual member, selected members, or the entire team directly from TeamCenter or from the SportsEngine mobile app

Basic Team Management

Perform basic tasks using the Team Page Team Management functionality

Add Contacts to Receive Team Messages

Add additional email addresses to a non-member's profile in order to be able to include all athletes in team communications

Managing RSVPs

Manage RSVPs for each athlete within your team’s TeamCenter or within the SportsEngine mobile app

Sending RSVPs for Existing Games or Events

Do you import your game schedules from a third-party scheduler or create them manually on your team page? This article explains how to add RSVPs to those games and events after they are imported.

More Helpful Coach Links

Review help articles about how coaches interact with TeamCenter and the SportsEngine mobile app

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